In 1987 he graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School (course of Vladimir Bogomolov). He began his acting career after graduating from the Moscow Art Theater School in the Sovremennik-2 theater studio, created on the basis of his course. For three years he worked in the United States as a teacher of the Stanislavsky system. Returning in 1996, he organized his own theater "Factory of theatrical events". In the twentieth Hollywood film about James Bond, he played the Russian inventor Vlad Popov ("Die Another Day").
Acting • 1965-05-19, Moscow, RSFSR, USSR •